Invariance testing across samples and time: Cohort-sequence analysis of perceived body composition
Marsh, Herbert W., Parker, Philip D. and Morin, Alexandre J.S.. (2016) Invariance testing across samples and time: Cohort-sequence analysis of perceived body composition. In In N. Ntoumanis and N.D. Myers (Ed.). An introduction to intermediate and advanced statistical analyses for sport and exercise scientists pp. 101 - 130 Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, Inc..
|Authors||Marsh, Herbert W., Parker, Philip D. and Morin, Alexandre J.S.|
|Editors||N. Ntoumanis and N.D. Myers|
Longitudinal invariance of perceived body composition for elite athletes and non-athletes was assessed on the basis of responses from 4 age cohorts (grades 7–10 in high school) who completed the same multi-item instrument 4 times over a 2-year period (multiple waves). Cohort-sequence designs such as this provide a stronger basis for assessing developmental stability/change than either cross-sectional (multi-cohort, single occasion) or longitudinal (single-cohort, multiple occasion) designs. Here we demonstrate different approaches to evaluating measurement invariance across the 5-year span (grades 7–11) and 4 cohorts, leading to tests of longitudinal stability/change based on latent means as a function of athlete/non-athlete and gender groups.
|Page range||101 - 130|
|Book title||An introduction to intermediate and advanced statistical analyses for sport and exercise scientists|
|Publisher||Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, Inc.|
|Place of publication||United States|
|Open access||Open access|
|Research Group||Institute for Positive Psychology and Education|
|Author's accepted manuscript|
© 2016. This manuscript version is made available under the CC-BY-NC-ND 4.0 license http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/
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